Expert Bertazzoni appliance repair in San Leandro, Oakland, Berkeley, Richmond, and more
Searching for a Bertazzoni repair service that you can trust with your high-end appliances? Look no further than Kerenza Appliance! We are factory authorized by the manufacturer and have experience with all Bertazzoni appliances, from dishwashers to vent hoods.
Our technicians have worked with Bertazzoni for years and they’re also always receiving new training on the latest models so they can provide the best service possible!
French door, side-by-side, Top/Bottom Freezer
Whether your Bertazzoni refrigerator ice maker is not working or your Bertazzoni refrigerator isn’t cooling, our experienced Bertazzoni refrigerator repair technicians can diagnose any problem quickly and accurately. We can help with refrigerator issues problems such as:
Ranges & Ovens
Gas, electric, steam, and Convection models
A broken oven can be frustrating, especially when you have a hungry house. Fortunately, our Bay Area Bertazzoni appliance repair team is here to help! We can provide quick and effective oven repairs for issues like:
built-in, freestanding, hidden, and integrated
No dishwasher means no clean dishes, and before you try to hand-wash all your dinnerware, let us take a look and see if we can get your dishwasher up and running in no time. Our Bertazzoni dishwasher repair team can get your dishwasher up and running again quickly and effectively, whatever the issue including:
Common Bertazzoni Repair Issues
We know how frustrating it is when an appliance breaks and you don’t know where to go. That’s why we have a group of certified Bertazzoni repair technicians that will give you excellent customer service and quick repairs so you can return back to your normal routine asap. With experience and knowledge, our team will be able quickly identify and solve any problem—large or small.
Bertazzoni Refrigerator Runs Loud
If you notice that your Bertazzoni refrigerator is running louder than normal, there are a few things you want to check:
Faulty Fan Blade
The fan blades on the inside of the refrigerator are what allow cool air to circulate throughout, ensuring that all parts of your food storage stay at an optimal temperature. If one or more of these blades become bent, they can cause a loud rattle.
Noisy Evaporator Fan Motor
This motor runs inside your fridge and circulates air to help keep things cold. If this fan motor is worn out or damaged, it will produce louder than usual noises. You may hear a buzzing, clicking, or humming sound.
Sometimes, if your Bertazzoni Refrigerator is running loudly, it could be due to the compressor or fans being damaged. Compressors can become damaged over time due to normal wear and tear. If this is the case, you should have a professional come and look at your refrigerator.
Faulty Water Inlet Valve
The main purpose of the water inlet valve is to control the flow of water from the supply line into the refrigerator. If it is not working correctly, it can cause loud noises that seem to come from inside the refrigerator.
Bertazzoni oven won't turn on
If your Bertazzoni oven won’t turn on, there may be a few possible causes, take a look at the most common issues below:
Burned Out Bake Element
If the bake element in your Bertazzoni oven has burned out, it can prevent the oven from turning on due to a lack of power running through the element.
An igniter is a small electrical device that heats up when energized and lights the gas released from the burners in your oven. When an igniter becomes weak or goes bad, it will not be able to generate enough heat to light the gas.
Blown Thermal Fuse
Check to see if the thermal fuse has blown. This is a safety feature that can be found behind the oven’s back panel. If the fuse looks like it has been tripped, you should replace it with a new one of the same rating.
Defective Oven Control Board
The control board controls all of the oven functions and if it’s defective, your oven will not function properly. You should inspect the control board for any signs of wear or damage.
Bertazzoni Range Won't Light
If your Bertazzoni range won’t light there are some issues to look for when troubleshooting the issue.
Defective Spark Module
This is the component responsible for providing an electric spark that ignites the gas in your oven or cooktop. When this component fails, it can prevent ignition and cause your appliance not to work properly.
Defective Spark Ignition Switch
If there is no spark ignition when you turn the burner knob, a defective spark ignition switch is likely to blame. This switch is responsible for sending a signal to the igniter to create a spark and ignite the gas.
Defective Spark Ignition Harness
This occurs when the connection between the spark module and the burner isn’t functioning properly. To diagnose this issue, you can check for any physical damage on the wires or connections in the harness.
Defective/Worn Out Spark Electrode
If the spark electrode is defective, worn out or dirty, it may not produce a hot spark to ignite the gas for your Bertazzoni range. To test if this is the issue, locate and remove the spark electrode from your range.
Bertazzoni dishwasher not draining
If your Bertazzoni dishwasher is not draining, there are several steps you can take to troubleshoot and resolve the issue.
Broken Drain Impeller
To check for a broken impeller, open the bottom access panel on the dishwasher and locate the drain impeller. If it has cracked or broken, it needs to be replaced before your dishwasher can properly drain again.
Defective Drain Pump
If your Bertazzoni dishwasher is not draining, it may be due to the drain pump. To check if the drain pump is working a multimeter is needed.
Clogged Drain Valve
If your Bertazzoni dishwasher is not draining properly, the drain valve could be clogged. To check this, you’ll need to locate the drain valve and inspect it for any blockages. If there is any debris or food particles present, they need to be removed.
Clogged Drain Hose
If your Bertazzoni dishwasher isn’t draining properly, the most likely cause is a clogged drain hose. Check both the end of the hose where it connects to the dishwasher and where it’s connected to the sink or garbage disposal for any blockages.